Vinson Hall Retirement Community
From ancient campfires to modern-day fast-casual cuisine, food has always been at the heart of human life. This is clearly evident on the campus of Vinson Hall Retirement Community (VHRC), where residents savor delightful flavors and the social atmosphere of three dining venues.
From the crystal chandeliers and the linen tablecloths of the Penthouse Dining Room to the relaxed and casual feel of the Fred Johnson’s Bistro, residents are treated to exquisite fare served by a team of friendly professionals. Additionally, The Café, currently closed for renovations, will reopen refreshed and reimagined as a place to pick up breakfast and lunch, plus groceries and other convenience items.
Despite the challenges of the past few years, the dining team continues to be innovative and customer-focused. For example, in addition to fine cuisine, residents are treated to special events, including the “Eating Well = Aging Well” nutrition seminars and parties to celebrate the Kentucky Derby and the Super Bowl.
This commitment has earned VHRC numerous dining accolades, such as the Nutrition and Foodservice Education Foundation’s “2022 Foodservice Department of the Year Award,” for which VHRC was selected among nationwide providers of food service in health-care settings.
The VHRC team prides itself on offering the right combination of choice and convenience. That’s why residents soon will be able to participate in a flexible meal plan as a complement to the traditional a la carte program.
Independent Living at Vinson Hall Retirement Community is open to commissioned U.S. military officers and immediate family as well as leadership level government employees, GS-14 or higher. The assisted living, skilled nursing, long-term nursing and memory care communities are open to the public.